Senior Eileen Harrington crosses the stage to accept her diploma from school president Siabhan May-Washington May 15. Graduation took place in the Kansas City Convention Center. photo by Ellie Buttell

Graduation Gallery

by Ellie Buttell, Writer May 17, 2021
Seniors graduation takes place May 15th 2021.

Preparing students for a future in STEAM

by Lucy Doerflinger, BNS Editor May 11, 2021
In 2016, the STEM / STEAM certificate program was established at St. Teresa’s Academy. The program is designed to provide experiences in the STEM field both in, and beyond, the typical classroom.
Senior class representatives Ellen Colombo, left, and Jeanne Eckles, right, sing the alma mater one last time with their grade May 7. Colombo and Jeanne, as class officers, have planned various events for their grade throughout the year. photo by Katie Massman

Class Day Gallery

by Katie Massman, Dart Sports editor May 10, 2021
The class of 2022 heard speeches from the Academy Women, principal for academic affairs Barbara McCormick, College Counselors and Class Moderators.
Not Long Ago. Not Far Away

Not Long Ago. Not Far Away

by Ellie Buttell, Writer April 27, 2021
In June 2021, Union Station will host “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.” The exhibit features 700 original objects and 400 photographs from over 20 museums around the world.
Multicolored tents for the homeless sit in the intersection of Westport road and Southwest Trafficway April 1. According to organizers, this encampment is meant to be a constant reminder to the public until city leaders start addressing Kansas City's homeless problem. photo by Katie Massman

A Home for the Homeless

by Lily Sage, Opinion Editor April 20, 2021
How the Kansas City area is helping to fight homelessness
The 86% are making their voices heard

The 86% are making their voices heard

by Rachel Robinson, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2021
Women who have experienced sexual harrassment or sexual assault have been sharing their stories using the hashtag #97percent, but others pointed out that just because a large majority of women have been victims of sexual abuse doesn’t mean all men are perpetrators.
Ella Sowle stands next to Dr. May-Wash during the Mother Evelyn O'Neill Awards Ceremony Mar 30, 2021. Sowle has done service work with Diane's School of Dance as well as the Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City. photo by Mara Callahan

Mother Evelyn O’Neill Awards Ceremony

by Mara Callahan, Lifestyles Editor March 31, 2021

Senior Ella Sowle was announced the winner of the Mother Evelyn O'Neill Award for the 2020-21 school year. The ceremony took place in the Windmoor chapel on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 and was live-streamed...

The sun sets over a T-Bones baseball game in 2004. In addition to the team changing their name, the stadium is being renovated to further perpetuate the Monarchs theme. photo courtesy of Wikimedia

Honoring the Monarchs

by Caroline Hinkebein, Sports Editor March 24, 2021
“I can't wait to hear the PA say, ‘Here's your Kansas City Monarchs.’”
A new look at Kairos

A new look at Kairos

by Katie Massman, Dart Sports editor March 11, 2021
“They're the first class in about 25 years who hasn't gone to Kairos, so we needed to do something for them, that would make them feel like they have an understanding of the experience”
Four 2021 seniors smile on each other’s laps at KAIROS Jan. 2020. Due to COVID-19, social distancing and other precautions will be enforced at this year's modified KAIROS.

The senior class experienced a COVID-19-safe KAIROS retreat

by Grace Ashley, Multimedia Editor March 6, 2021

The senior class of 2021 attended a COVID-19-adapted KAIROS retreat in two sessions that spanned March 1-2, 2021. With the current pandemic, the retreat had to be adapted for safety reasons, leading to...

New Staff 2021-2022

February 26, 2021

A massive congratulations to the students listed below who will join the Dart, Dart News Online and Teresian publications staffs during the next academic year. The Dart New Staff Members Class of...

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the world hard with a continued increase in cases, but with the new vaccine things might change Jan. 30. The vaccine has already been distributed across the world and offers a new hope to the end of the pandemic. photo by Becca Speier

“Light at the end of the tunnel”: students receive vaccine

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor February 15, 2021
Missouri is currently in Phase 1 of its distribution plan.
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